Finishing your stock.

J E Custom

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There are many ways to finish/refinish a fine wood stock. There is the easy way, and the not so easy way. In my opinion, the hand rubbed is the most durable and the most attractive . It is however, one of the most time consuming methods.

The end results make it worthwhile and if it gets scratched, it can be repaired with little effort because it is not a surface treatment. The fact that it soaks into the wood also makes it very weather resistant.

I am not pushing any one product, but this is one of the easiest to use and very forgiving and easy to repair if you mess up.

Here is a VIDEO that conforms to the procedure that I like to use, and is a good tutorial if it is the first time to do this type of work.



Don't get in a hurry and repeat the process until you get the results you like.

J E CUSTOM
 
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Dosh

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J E, we appreciate you sharing your knowledge. I've learned quite a few tips and how to do its. Thank you
 

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